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The White Rabbit, Harding Road


We all know that the restaurants in Dempsey are nothing short of special, romantic and classy. I’ve long heard of The White Rabbit, and finally got my chance to try it when my friend wanted to propose to his girlfriend and invited me to help with the props.

The restaurant is actually converted from a chapel! The tables are also well spaced from each other so your sweet talks are only for each other’s ears. Romantic level 99.

The Rabbit Hole, their outdoor bar, poses a more relaxed vibe with a cool bar counter and a garden complete with a herb section if you want to take a stroll. There are a couple of spots which make for a good photo during the day. Unfortunately it was night time so I couldn’t get some of the spots on my phone.

Alaskan King Crab Tagliatelle, $28 for 80g.

This pasta comes with pork broth and kombu. Having read about it on the other food blogs, I had high expectations and I’m glad to say that I thoroughly enjoyed this dish. This is a dish I will definitely be ordering this again the next time I visit. They’ve gotten so many things right for this dish. The pasta was done al dente, the broth was sweet yet intense, and the serving of the Alaskan king crab was generous. 

Because I was going to have other dishes with this, I chose the smaller portion of 80g. you can choose the larger portion of 160g for $42.

Special dish for the night – 200g A4 Wagyu beef steak, $80.

The A4 Wagyu is not on their regular menu. It comes grilled with salt and pepper, just the way a good steak should be done. For those who prefer having it with sauce, they steak comes with a special red wine sauce by the side. 

I had mine medium rare, and the result is a super soft and melt in your mouth piece of steak. Unfortunately, it was slightly over salted for my liking. Like the pasta, they have a smaller portion of 160g for $70.

Truffle Mac and Cheese with Mushrooms, $14.

This dish was pretty normal, rather expected of a truffle mac and cheese. I liked that they served it in a thick metal pot because it did keep my mac and cheese warm throughout dinner.

I was too full for dessert but I did see the other tables having fanciful desserts done flambé style. Will definitely try their desserts the next time I’m here!

39C Harding Road, S(249541)

Tuesdays to Fridays: 12noon to 230pm (Set Lunch), 630pm to 1030pm

Saturdays and Sundays: 1030am to 3pm (Brunch), 630pm to 1030pm

Closed Mondays

+65 6473 9965

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